I have to say, I was not thinking that I would be finished with this so soon.
I still find it hard to wrap my head around the idea that I have more IP space assigned to my home network than exists in the entire ipv4 space.
The entire "current" internet is using 32bit address space. I have a 64bit assigned to my home network.
mharlow@vaganto:~$ echo '2^32' | bc -l 4294967296 mharlow@vaganto:~$ echo '2^64' | bc -l 18446744073709551616